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'Boy Meets World's' Matthew Lawrence Headed To 'Girl Meets World' For Awesome Reunion


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‘Boy Meets World’ fans are in for another treat on ‘Girl Meets World,’ as Matthew Lawrence is set to reprise his role as Jack Hunter in an upcoming episode.

Girl Meets World‘Girl Meets Word’ follows Corey and Topanga’s daughter.

The last time fans saw Jack it was 15 years ago and he had left to join the Peace Corps. But it’s time to find out what he’s been up to all these years, and more importently if his six percent body fat is still in tact.

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Taylor Spreitler Celebrates Her 21st Birthday

Andrew Lawrence, Matthew Lawrence and Joey Lawrence - Photo's from the night American model turned actress Taylor Spreitler celebrated her 21st birthday at the CBS Studios in Studio City, California, United States - Sunday 26th October 2014

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Matthew Lawrence, Joey Lawrence, Taylor Spreitler and Andrew Lawrence
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Joey Lawrence Celebrates His Birthday At Chateau Nightclub & Gardens Inside Paris Casino

Andy Lawrence, Joey Lawrence and Matthew Lawrence - Andy Lawrence, Joey Lawrence, Matthew Lawrence Saturday 28th April 2012 Joey Lawrence celebrates his birthday at Chateau Nightclub & Gardens inside Paris Casino

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The 2011 Environmental Media Awards Held At The Warner Brothers Studio - Arrivals

Matthew Lawrence and Andrew Lawrence - Matthew Lawrence, Andrew Lawrence Beverly Hills, California - The 2011 Environmental Media Awards held at the Warner Brothers Studio - Arrivals Saturday 15th October 2011

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The Beso New Year's Eve Party Hosted By Eva Logoria Parker

Joseph Lawrence and Matthew Lawrence - Joseph Lawrence and Matthew Lawrence Los Angeles, California - The Beso New Year's Eve party hosted by Eva Logoria Parker Wednesday 31st December 2008

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The Comebacks Review


Excellent
With their themes of perseverance, courage, and teamwork, sports flicks like Remember the Titans, We Are Marshall, and Miracle inspire and encourage millions of moviegoers every year. Conversely, their identical plotlines, stereotyped characters, and obscenely predictable endings inspire some moviegoers to lose their lunch.

I fall into the latter category. That's probably why I'm one of the few film journalists speaking positively about The Comebacks, a riotously hilarious spoof that pokes fun at those annoying inspiring sports dramas. (Editor's Note: Blake, you're on your own on this one. This movie is so bad it made me cry.)

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Mrs. Doubtfire Review


Excellent
What was the last Robin Williams comedy that anyone was excited about? Williams wore out his welcome about the time he and pal Billy Crystal made the unbearable Father's Day in 1997. About Williams in that movie, Robert Ebert expressed it best: "He's getting to be like the goofy uncle who knows one corny parlor trick and insists on performing it at every family gathering."

When Williams was good--let's say 1982 to 1994 -- the results were oftentimes spectacular, such as 1993's Mrs. Doubtfire, when his cleverness and comic timing transcended the saccharine boundaries of the typical family film and made it legitimately funny. For younger readers looking for a relatively contemporary comparison, Will Ferrell did the same thing in Elf.

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World Premiere Of Walt Disney Pictures 'Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End' Held At Disneyland Park

Matthw Lawrence - Saturday 19th May 2007 at Disneyland Anaheim, California

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Pulse (1988) Review


Good
Here's a silly thriller about killer electricity that's not even rated R! However, every time it comes on Cinemax, I can't help but watch -- espeically the shower scene, with Hart being maimed by a furnace gone haywire. You know, by the homicidal electrical system which is possessed with the notion of killing everyone in the house. The movie even has a "crazy old man" character who shows up to spout ominous warnings! I love it. Sort of. Electricity is so bad!

The Hot Chick Review


Bad
I often question the intelligence of production teams behind movies like The Hot Chick. Do well-rounded, educated artists really set out to create such appalling, frail productions? Apparently so, because Tom Brady, the film's director and co-writer, graduated from Harvard University. That's right, the creator of The Hot Chick, one of the most mindless, incompetent films of the year, went to Harvard, one of the most prestigious colleges in America.

Given Mr. Brady's vast achievements of shame, I can't imagine he's listed high in Harvard's list of successful alumni. After all, his artistic mishaps don't end with The Hot Chick; he also inspired a pathetic flop called The Animal that proved just how stupid American filmmakers perceive their audiences. Brady also assumes partial responsibility for the failed television comedy Men Behaving Badly. From a guy who attended Harvard, I expect Emmys and Oscars, not cancellations and Rob Schneider!

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Cheats Review


OK
A bunch of rotten kids cheat their way through school, despite threats from principal Mary Tyler Moore(!) over the red marks on their permanent record.

Last year's Slackers proved this was tepid comedy ground at best, and thankfully Cheats improves on the formula a tad thanks to its younger and more engaging cast. It's still the usual stuff: stealing tests, making crib sheets, bribing teachers' children, all with virtually no remorse -- stuff that was done impressively in Animal House and hasn't gone very far since. This is 2003, man! Where's the technology!?

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Kiki's Delivery Service Review


Very Good
Hayao Miyazaki scored a big kid-friendly hit with this story about a 13-year-old witch living on her own for the first time. (Yeah, tough love for pubescent Japanese witches!) Unfortunately, Kiki's Delivery Service lacks a lot of depth; though it's exquisitely sweet and endlessly watchable (and much better than Miyazaki's widly overrated Castle of Cagliostro),

Kiki (voiced in the U.S. version by Kirsten Dunst), in keeping with her people's tradition, jets off with broom and talking cat (Phil Hartman) to a random city in order to become the town witch. Unfortunately, Kiki hasn't really thought this through, and soon enough she finds that not only does she have no real marketable skills, she has no place to live and little money, too.

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All I Wanna Do Review


OK
Dead Poets Society it ain't.

This lighthearted comedy features the Teenage Girl Class of 1998 in a silly prep school that is about to do the unthinkable: admit boys. Amidst the bulimia and the hair dye pranks, there's not much learnin' to be done so why not hatch a plan to get the boys banned for life? All this culminates in an obviously re-edited (the film has lost 20-some minutes of running time and has earned a new, meaningless title) strike with the gals taking over the school.

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Pulse Review


Good
Silly thriller about killer electricity that's not even rated R! However, every time it comes on Cinemax, I can't help but watch -- espeically the shower scene, with Hart being maimed by a furnace gone haywire. Even has a "crazy old man" character! I love it. Sort of.

The Hot Chick Review


Bad

Rob Schneider's new low-brow body-swap romp "The Hot Chick" is such an insipidly sexist so-called comedy that the movie's entire female cast is reduced to jumping up and down, giggling and playing patty-cake while rhyming about the ickiness of sex.

These characters don't have a brain cell to share among them, but Schneider (who plays an idiot too, but what else is new?) and director Tom Brady genuinely expect the audience to identify with these one-dimensional teenage airheads.

More specifically, they expect us to identify with catty queen ditz Jessica (Rachel McAdams), who, through a curse not worth explaining here, wakes up in the short, hairy, burlap-sack body of a scummy, gas-station-robbing low-life (Schneider) just a few days before the prom.

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The Hot Chick Movie Review

I often question the intelligence of production teams behind movies like The Hot Chick....

Cheats Movie Review

Cheats Movie Review

A bunch of rotten kids cheat their way through school, despite threats from principal Mary...

The Hot Chick Movie Review

The Hot Chick Movie Review

Rob Schneider's new low-brow body-swap romp "The Hot Chick" is such an insipidly sexist so-called...

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